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THE WASHfNaTON WASH NGTON TIMES SATURDAY OCTOBER O2OBE122 22 1910 5
GLOOM OVER GSOP GSOPp O P PFADES
p FADES IN NEW NE YORK YORKRepublican
Republican State Chairman ChairmanSpreads ChairmanSpreads ChairmanSpreads
Spreads Cheer About AboutHeadquarters AboutHeadquarters AboutHeadquarters
Headquarters HeadquartersGAYNOR HeadquartersGAYNOR
GAYNOR EXPECTED EXPECTEDTO EXPECTEDTO
TO INDORSE DIX DIXRoosevelt
Roosevelt Says Tariff Principles PrinciplesAre
Are Right But System SystemIs
Is Wrong VrongThe
The gloom that has hung over the theG
G O P camps In New York one of ofthe ofthe
the barometers states is lifting as asthe
the date of the general eneral elections electionsthroughout el6Ctfonthroughout
throughout th the country approaches approachesEzra appcoachCaEzra approcheaEzra
Ezra P Prentice Republican State Statechairman Statechairman
chairman has returned to New York Yorkcity Yorkcity
city from a trip upState and today he hespread
spread prea cheer about bout the headquarters headquartersColonel
Colonel Roosevelts invasion of Massa 11 11chu8otts
chuBotts Inaugurated with a rousing rousingproLodge roU81ngproLodgo
proLodge speech at Boston last night nightis nightis nightIs
is also declared ecIared to be doing good in inthat Inthat Inthat
that State where the Democrats Just Justnow justnow
now are engaged in a factional war warThe
The New York Democrats however howevereay htweveBay
Bay that encouraging reports continue
to come in although altbou < < h the leaders are arenot aronot
not so optimistic tut at the beginning
of t the campaign campaignRepublican
Republican Chairman Prentice de declared
clared today that he had found an in increasing Increasing
creasing amount of o Stimson Sthns n sentiment 2leftUmentnot
not only onl in upper New York State but butalso butalS
also alS Jn the city cityThe cityThe
The Democrats have no chance chancesaid
said Mr Prentice unless the people I Iaccept
accept the asinine proposition propo ttion that thatRoo
Roosevelt Roo velt is t becoming becomln < < a dictator On Onthe
the other hand everybody seems to be benakenlng
awakening to the dangers of Tammany
Hall domination and Stimson is gain am ¬
ing
Gaynor To Indorse Dix Dixletter DixlIayor
Mayor Gaynor i Is ex expected ted to write a
letter indorsing Indor etng Dlx the Democratic Democraticcandidate
candidate The mayor will probably do
so for he made the following preifmi
nary statement statementI
I believe Uee that Mr Dix will give the th
State tate a clean administration and that
he li is thoroughly thoro hly capable
The New Xe York negro ne < < ro vote ote however
Is causing caualn the G O P leaders
some 80m
uneasiness uneaalne The United Colored Dem
ocracy r 7 is 1 Ii waging an active campaign campaignThe ¬ I
r against Stimson and Colonel Roosevelt
and the uBrow Brownzyftje 81IJe Incident refuseS refu
I
to ° dOJt as 8 a
rellOn for
COlonel COlonelThe 014 opposing the th i
The Republicans Republicansr expect t Senator Root
to make a Speech
In New
York toward I
the >
end
of next week uk and
or ° r the t he November X IS ovember vem r elections electionsLeag upon the eve cv i
11ln giving The Indfpende Independenop Leag League folks are area ar t
some PEOple the shivers b by thflr
constant hints that hat VnUam
Healllt lti R Rindolpj ndolph I
more private on the verge of r readln dlDf > som
It league > CQITespondenc6 The
ague leadelll
want Mr Heart
to make mak
t
a trip
upState but Hearst in h said
to be keen nut not
for the
excursion Owing OInl to t
a cold
Mr
Hearsts
read to address addre s had to t be bernlltr b t
the maaa maa meetings at t the e Man
hat hattan tan Casino And Nlblos Grden issi
evening < < Mr Hearst spoke
along
a
miller line lines attacking aUaekln both Democratic I
and Republican parties because becau e of their
alleged trust affiliations Dix he said
had been nominated by Murphy SUm ¬
son he added was personally honest
but also 180 In league with a dishonest dishonestw
party J > art
w
Dix Money Ioney Plentiful PlentifulThere PlentifulThere PlentifulThere
There is I considerable con lderable Dix money l be >
leg offered in Wall Y11 Street at odds odd of o
S to 1 and 00 1 18 to 7 But few large lar e bets
have been recorded by the brokers
The New ew York State light holds
the thecenter thecenter th thcenter I
center of the stage sta e so JK far as genera in j ¬
terest Is I
concerned but a summary of oi
the activities elsewhere el ewhere Indicate today to4a
that the elections on n November S will wIl
follow f01l01 a countrywide whirlwind hlrlwlnd finish
Massachusetts was praised pral as a a pro progressive progressive progresalve ¬
gressive State and
Senator Lodce wia wi wia
a lauded as a progressive by Colon 1
Roosevelt who ho spoke before an audi audience audience audienee ¬
ence of SOW SOC voters in Boston Bo ton The Thecolonel Th Thcolonel Thicolonel
colonel was che cheered red to th the echo whet
presented pre entfd Senator nator Lodge also received
an ovation and the name of 0 President
Tart t twice mentioned
by Roosevelt was wa US S
also al o greeted gr ted with cheers Colonel 1
Roosevelt told Massachusetts Xaaaaehu etts voters votel8that
that it would ould be a calamity a mltv if Lodge Lodgewere LodKewere Lodgiwere
were not returned to the Senate He Hewhacked Hewhacked H S
whacked dishonesty dishonest in politics but butstferel be t
steered ictcer clear of anything that might nll ht at atpear AIp np
pear p ar as a a repudiation of the Payne
Aldrich tariff tariffThe tarlftThe tariffThe
The colonel also hoped Governor r
Draper would be reelected rt > e ted and the tbeJovcrnor tb
governor was on hand to personally 4 <
knowledge the compliment and the ap ¬
plause of the large lar e gathering gatheringSystem therlni therlniSystem
System of Tariff Hiking Condemned CondemnedMr CondemledlIr
Mr fr Roosevelts Roo eyelt chief reference to the thetariff thetarIff th 0
tariff was his advocacy of a a tariff board boardRepublican boardRepublican I IRepublican
Republican tariff principles are right righthe righth t
he h said but the system of tariff mak making makInK
ing is wrong WtO11 He denounced Candidate CandidateEugene CandidateEugene a aEugene
Eugene Foss as a man who had failed to todominate todominate 0
dominate one party and was endeavor endeavoring endeayorInF endeavoxtrig ¬
trig to dominate another anotherThe anotherThe
The colonel today is on a speechmak speet > hmak ¬
ing trip through Xew e ew Hampshire Hampa lire in insupport InSUTJport I n
support of Robert RaftS the progressive progressivecandidate progreeeivecandidate progreesivcandidate
candidate for governor governorhfle overnorWhile oernorWhile
While hfle the colonel was U vldresslng the th Ic
Boston gathering Alton B F Frker rkor whom whomhP whomhp whoi a a1w
hP defeated deCeRt featud for President Pr ident was a8 speakini speakinito speaklrlt
to t 3000 Democrats mocrata at Auburn AuburnJI N NJi1ge Y
Jijlge JI lKe Parker declared dfC1an d that much po jx
litUal rottenness Is escaping escapnK the thepr probers rs 5
in jr New ew York State who are influenced I Ih
r h > y partisanship Attacking Republican Republicanexpenditure RepublicanPfndlturetl I IC
expenditure C Pfndlturetl he said saidThe saidThe
The moneY spent s nt by the last la t Repub Republican RepubIka Repelhan ¬
han Ika n Congress Conre Is lsjutl Just < 517000 IiiGOOaYaCor IiiGOOaYaCorfr a yetu ye for forevery Ic Icevery I
every > fr year since 1nc Jesus J scouraged the themoney themoney U Umoney
money changers out of the temple templeWinfleld templeInfleld
Winfleld Infleld A Huppuch chairman of ofthe f
1 s the Democratic State committee made madereply madereol mad to torenly
reply reol las lat t night nl t to Colonel Ttoc ROOfVEltZ ROOfVEltZcharge velfz velfzcharge a acarge
charge that John A Dlx the Demo Democratic DemoCTatic Dctn DctneTatic ¬
cratic nominee for jroverno ovemo 0 New NewYork Nf NeYork > W WYork
York was a director in teh Wall Pa Pajer PaJr Pi t ticr
jer trust The Dix wall paper con concern concrn cot cotcern ¬
cern crn is independent anc an In no way af afIliated aCl C C1liated
Iliated l lIated with wl the trust declared decla Mr MrIluppuch M r rIInppueh rHtippueh
Iluppuch IluppuchMeanwhile IInppuehMeanwhile HtippuehMeanwhile
Meanwhile Republican Candidate CandidateSummon CandidateStillUOn L LStimion
Summon speaking apeakln < < at Geneva Gene was 8 laying layingstress layir alngstrt8 I Istress
stress upon the charge that the entire entireDemocratic enonI entii e eIeinoeratic
Democratic I > JnOtratle ticket had been named by 1 y
p Boss Murphy MurphyMay MurphyMay MurphyMay
May Succeed SuaeedDoIiver Deliver DeliverW
W 1 S Kenybn of Fort Dodge Iowa Iowacame Iowacame lowcame a
came to the front today as the probable probabletuccesaor probabletucce probabtucceesor
tuccesaor tucce or in the Senate nate of the lamented lamentedDolliver lamentedDo1Uer Ianient IanientDolilver
Dolliver Mr Kenyon was s one of the thelate thelatt U Utate
late Senators closest clOMlJtCriellds friends and there thereare tbe tbeare theiare
are rumors that he will be appointed to toll I III
3 II out the unexpired term by Governor GovernorCarroll GovernorCarrQJI Governi GoverniCarroji
Carroll Kenyon Kenyo has always been class classed ClaMtd dee deeed ¬
td ed as Insurgent but be e was appointed appoint tl tla u ua i ia
a position ttlon in th the Department D pattment of Jus Justice JusCcl Ju Juttce ¬
tice by the President when the insur insurgent ILSurgfnt irsu irsugfnt ¬
gfnt battle was at its height here hereGovernor hereGoernol hereGovernor
Governor Carroll would ould give no in intimation Intimatlon it ittlmation ¬
timation of the probable appointee appointeeThe appointeeThe appointeeThe
The Democratic JnClatIc fight in the Sixth SixthCongressional SlxtbCongro8 Sixi SixiCongroetdoti1
Congressional Congro8 kMull district of Maryland n nbeen hi hibeen uut uutht
been ht > en opened by David J Lewis the theX thelmocratlc U Uk
k X Democratic > candidate CAndid for Congres He Hespoke Hespokt 1 1npoke
spoke > at Old Germantown last night nightand n nighand hl hland
and will address a Guithersburg Gaithersbur gath gathering geJ geJcring ath athHll1 ¬
ering Hll1 this evening eaUu The Jtoekrille meet meot1n1 moo ¬
ing 1n1 will wi 1 ba h held M Tuesday Tue clay afternoon atte oo
WILSON LEAD LEADIN IN NEW JERSEY SLIPS SLIPSAS SLIPSAS SLIPSAS
AS REPUBLICANS RE UBLICANS TRAP NEW NE VOTES
I
Princeton P rinceton Mans Views on onUnion onUnion onUnion
Union Labor Used as a aClub aClub
Club Against Him HimTRENTON HimTRENTON HimTRENTON
TRENTON N J J Oct 22 22Republi 22Republin Republi Republican ¬
c can ca cab caO n prospects in New Jersey Terse have havebeen havebeen haveeen
been b een getting better for the last week weekor weekOr weekr
or O r ten days Woodrow Wilson had hadall hadall hadl
all al alo l the best of the situation at the theoutset theoutset theutset
outset ° utset of the campaign but his hiestrength hisstrength Itlorength
s st strength st stth rength rocontly has suffered some something somethIns someing ¬
t thing th thv ing of a slump slumpThe slumpThe slumpThe
The able head of Princeton Uni University Univer8ft Uniersity ¬
versity ver8ft v < still ha has the better of the sit situation 81tuatJon sitatlon ¬
V uation u atlon But in the next two week weekthere weekthere weeksere
t there th ere Js going to be some desperate desperatefighting desperatefighUng desperateghting
fighting fi In Jersey TeT1l The Republican Republicanmanagers Republlca1managers RepublIcananagers
i managers m mo mth anagers have become encouraged encouragedover encouragedOver encouragciver
over o ver recent developments and think thinkthey thinkthey thinkey
they th thc ey have got the drift to Wilson Wilsonchecked Wilsonchecked Wilsonhecked
c checked They The even believe or pro profess proCees proes ¬
fess fe es to that they the can roll that tide tldobackward tidebackward tideackward
t backward b before election day comes comesand COmesand comesnd
and a nd elect their candidate for govern governor governor governre ¬
° or re Vivian M Lewis LewisAn LowlsAn LewisAn
An impartial summing up of the sit situatlon situation sitation
uatlon n ation In New Jersey Jerse today is that thatWUson
Wilson W V ilson is still in the lead but in Indanger
d danger anget because of the remarkable remarkablerally remarkableraUy
r rally ally made by the Republicans who whohave ho
have h ave hit upon campaign tactics that thatare
are a re proving effective effectiveDanger
Danger From Smith
Wilsons 1 nsons chief trouble Is that tli tlishadow tllshadow tht
s shadow hadow of former United States Sen Senator
ator a tor James Smith jr hangs over him himSmith
S Smith mith is undoubtedly out for the Sen Seuate
ate a te If the Democrats carry carr the Leg Le LeIBIture
I islature is tature Smith will be elected Senator Senatorto
l to succeed John Kean Smith has lon 1onl
b been een a thoroughly discredited poll pollUcian
tician ti cian He Is the Senator who was wasalleged wasaUeged waslleged
a alleged a to be chiefly Involved In ad adjUIJUng
justing ju eting the sugar schedule in the the11180n
Wllsan W ilson bill He has long been beenaccused beenaccused
a accused a of playing in with the theJersey theJersey theersey
Jersey J ersey Republican machine Efforts
y have h ave been made to get Smith to say
t that hat he will vi1 not seek the Senate If J
t the tB he Democrats carry carr the Legislature Legislatureut
I But B ut he refuses to commit himself himselfobody
Nobody N obody questions that he has his eye eyeon eyet
on t e > n the Senate SenatePresident
President Wilson VUlIIOn Is not a creature of o
g Smith Sc S mith and his associates 8OClates In the th Demo DemocraUe
cratic c machine But the fact remains remalusthat
that t hat he is handicapped by b this machine machlnuwhich
which w hich hopes to have control of State at atfairs
f fairs fa if he is eletced The Republicans Republicansare
J are a re doing a lot of talking to the effect etrE < t tthat
that t Wilson Usen was nominated through the th thefforts
e efforts e fforts of Smith James Nugent and an1Robert
I Robert R obert Davis along with Col Co George GeorgeHarve
I Harvey Harve H Hw arvey They ask for explanations of ofhat
J what w hat the relationship relaUon hip ie This puts Itll U URon
son R on on the defensive to a certain extent extentII8Ons
Wilsons II8Ons friends say that he was nornt nomfnated
nated not because the Democratic ma machine
chine c hine wantEd him but because Smith Smithand
and a rd his friends thought they saw sawthrough sawhrough
through t Wilson YU on a chance to rehabilitate rehabilitatethemselves rehabilitatethemele8 rehabilitatehemselves
themselves t But of course the Repub Republicans Republicans Repubcans ¬
licans li cans wont let it rest at that and keep keepon keepon
on o n asking disagreeable interrogatories InterroJatorlesIf
oI If I f it werent for the sinister political politicalftgures L
figures fi gures in the background about him himilson
Wilson W ilson would have no trouble at all allsweeping aUsweeping
sweeping s the State by a big bl majority majorityBy majoritYBy
By B y his apeechr3 and conduct Wilson fIttOn has ha hashown hashown
shown s his independence but many of ofthe oCthe
the t he Independents Inde ndent8 dont see why h they theyshould
should s vote for Wilson ll8on if a vote for forthe torthe
the t he Democratic DemO < ratic ticket would restore restoreJames reAtoreJames
James J ames Smith jr with his unsavory po political t tUtical
litical U tical record to power powerOpen powerOpen
Open Friend of Corporations CorporationsTo
To some me extent e tcnt on the other hand the thefeoUng
feeling f that Smith is planning to get Jetback
back b ack to the Senate is offset by the therealization I
realization r that It the Republicans win winthe witiI
the t he Legislature Senator John Keen Is IsUkelv Is I
likely li kely to succeed himself hlm elf I hean K Kopenly ean I Iopenh Is
openly o and avowedly aowedl a friend of the theOF th
I LEWIS CONFIDENT CONFIDENTOF
OF OFHIS HE ELECTION ELECTIONDemocratic ELECTIONDemocratic I I I
I
Democratic Candidate for forCongress forCongress
Congress Campaigning in inMontgomery inlVlontgomery
Montgomery County CountyROCKVILE CountyROC
ROCKVILE ROC KYILE Md Id Oct 22 22David David J JLewiu JLewin JLewin
Lewin i lit > f Cumberland Democratic Democraticcandidate Democratlccandldate DemocraticcandIdate
candidate for Congress Con ress In this district districtarrived districtarrived dIstrictarrived
arrived in Rockville Besterdfty to tospend tospend topend
spend s ten days campaigning in this thiscounty thisco thisounty
county i co c nty He began last evening with witha withmass
a mass meeting at Old Germantown GermantownMr
Mr Lewis is full of confidence and anddeclares anddclares andeclares
declares d there is not the slightest slightestdoubt slightestdoubt slightestoubt
doubt i d oubt about his election He says he hewill hewill hewill
will get a a majority In Allegany county countyseveral count countseveral countyeveral
several s times larger lar er than that t at givenhim given tivenhim givpnim
him h im two years ers ago over Representa Representatlve Representatlve Representaive
tlve t ive Pearre when w1aen Wiefl he carried the thecounty thecount theounty
county count c by b more than 200 is certain of ofof otot ofseveral
of several hundred majority In Wash Washington 1ashington Washngton ¬
ington I county count thinks Montgomery Montgomerycounty Montgomeryounty > Iontgomerycounty
county c will give ivo him not less than thano thanand
1000 o and declares Frederick and Gar Garrett GarreU Garett
rett r ett counties will give smaller Re Republican Republlcan Republlcan
publlcan majorities than they the gave gavetwo sa gavewo yO yOtvo
two t wo years ago He figures gures his ma maJority majorit maerity
Jority jorit J In the district at not less than
500 5 00
Fifty FlU dollars and costs was th thoe fine fineimposed flneImpottoo tineupon
imposed L upon Herman F WInkletau WInkletauchauffeur Winkle Wlnkletauchauffeur tau tauchauffeur
chauffeur of the Kaufman Fireproof FireproofStorage FireproofStorage FIreproofStorage
Storage Company of Baltimore by byJustice byJU1tlce byJustice
Justice Reading in the police court courthere courthere courthere
here for running a big hi dray automo automoibile automobile automobile
bile in a reckless manner on tho thoWashington thoWashington theWashington
Washington and Colesville pike > ike in this thiscounty thiscounty i iH
county The fine was paid by Charles CharlesH
H Kaufman of the storage company companyMiss companyii J JUH
Miss UH ii May Ma Phoebus and William WilliamBriggs i iBriggs
Briggs Brig s both of Galthersburg Galthersbur were wereburg wereInrr werenarre41
Inrr narre41 d Wednesday evening by Rev RevJ RevL I
J L I Winger Tlnger pastor ot the Galth Gaithers Gaithersburg rs rshurg
burg Northern1 Northern orthern Methodist Churcl ChurclThe ChurclThe
The Th recent registration of voters In Inthis inthis inthis I
this county cunt resulted in a net increase increaseof
of eightyfour eightylour names in the registered registeredvote rCllsteredvote regIsteredvote
vote of ths th county the white and andcolored andcolored andcolored
colored vote ote each Increasing In < reaslng forty fortytwo
two The total vote ote of the county is isnow Isno isnow
now no 7662 76 of which 5547 are whiteand whiteand white whiteand
and 2111 colored coloredThe coloredThe coloredThe
The Republican campaign in Mont Montgomery Montgomfr Montgomery ¬
gomery county was opened Thursday Thursdayevening Thursda Thursdaeenlng Thursdayevening
evening when a mass meeting was wasers wasA wasAyersi
A Ayersi AyersiHair yeT ers ersHair Ss SsHair I
Hair VigorYouth VigorYouth Vigor VigorYouth
Youth
How Republicans Republ cans Expect Expectto Expectto
to Down Wilson WilsonBy W lson lsonI lsonBy
I
By his criticism of union labor in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which he said sai masses were shift shiftless shiftless shiftless ¬
less or incompetent President PresidentWoodrow PresidentWoodrow
Woodrow Wilson of Princeton Princetongave Princetongave
gave the Republicans a club with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which to flay him in his race for forgovernor forgovernor
governor on Democratic ticket ticketand tickeand
and foes foesare are busy busyFormer busyFormer busyFormer
Former Senator Smith withholds withholdshis withholdshis
his word as to whether he hevifl heviflseek will willseek willseek
seek Senatorship if Democrats Democratswin Democratswin II IIwin
win Legislature and this hurts hurtsWilson hurtsWilson
I
Wilson WilsonDemocrats WilsonDemocrats
I
Democrats say Republicans are areworking areworking areworking
working both sides of the street streetto streetto I
to get old guard and insurgent insurgentvotes Insurgentvotes
votes votesrailroads votesrailroads votesilroads I
n railroads ra raof ilroads and corporations He Is one oneof 000lot
of 01 the sergeants of Nelson Nel n W Aldrich Aklrtchin AldrichIn Aldrichthe
in the Senate Until recently it has hasbeen na nabeen 1mWen
be been en believed bellev d Kean was down and out outof uuLut I
g But ut his prospects pro pacts are looking u up Some Someof Seinethe
ol of the legislative nominees nomlne on the Re Republican Republican Rebllcan ¬
pi publican pu bllcan side are saying openly that thatthe thlttthe
puth the th l e Senatorial primary was not bind blndare binding bindg
ing in g but merely advlsof advisory and that the thltare thee
ar are e not bound by it T Tis This sort or talk talkIs ta tadisconcerting
Is disconcerting to former Governor GovernorStokts GovernJrStoks Governoroicts
isSt S Stokts St oicts who had the lead in the pri primaries priarts ri rimarts ¬
marts m arts It Is being attributed to the in inituence iuJtuen inence
jj ituence Jtuen Ilu ence e of Kean and hut friend and le leKoan ideg e eIng
lr Ing g interpreted u meanl meaning K that If the theRepublicans theepublicans
R Republicans get the Legislature th thKoan the theoan
RK K Koan K oan support will make a desperate desperatoeffort de peratu peratuerrort
el effort eff ort to override the results of the pri prtmary primar
mary mar marVhlchever m Whichever ary v ichever side wins out in the elec election election nbcon ¬
t tion ti on the th thpendent State seems certain of getting gettingn gettingcorporatloflriddefl
a tia corporationridden legislature lade Independent ladeendent
pendent p endent voters otera have not much to choose choosefrom choosefrom chooseom
from fr om when it comes to this thisLewis thisLewis thisLewis
Lewis the Republican nomine nomln for forMl forglwernor forovernor
g glwernor overnor is getting more ln insurgentltke insurgentltkethe urgctntItke urgctntItkeas Ml Mlon
a as the campaign goeS on As one Jersey Jerseynewspaper Jenteynewspaper JerseYewspaPer
n newspaper puts it ftLewis t tLewis
Lewis is making a noise like an n in insurgent Insurgent inurgent ¬
a surgent surgentLewis surgentLewis urgentLewis
Lewis first said It was not the func function fUD fUDtlon funcon ¬
t tion ti on of the governor to drive the login tegislaws Mgtslature loginture
j lature la ture Into enacUnlt reform laws or orlaws orws
it laws la ws of any an kind He H Hmake C said id he would wouldmke wouldake
r make m ake his recommendations and let it itgo Itgo 11o
go g c o at that Wilson II80n said that if the thepeople thepeople theeople
E people p eople elected him governor he would wouldaccept wouldaccept wouldccept
a accept a the responsibility as the repre representative repre8enta1l0 reproentative ¬
a sentative of the enUre people and if ifthe Ifthe it ithe
t the he legislature failed to adopt his rec recomenuatlons recome
c omenuatlons ome o aUons he would take the field as asGovernor uGovernor as asI I
r Governor G overnor Hughes used to do This Thisstand Thhlstand TideI I
s stand proved popular and in a Ii speech speechthis speechthis speechI I
t this his week Lewis has come to the same sameposition aam aamposition I
samei
r position p osition Both are no now promising to use useall UMa1I use usell i
all a fj ll legitimate means to compel legisla legislation l legIsh st8la st8latlon ¬
t tion ti on Wilson UKn has some advantage adantB < < e in inthat Inthat ii iihat I
l that hat he was the first to take this stand standTariff s tand tandTariff ad adTariff
Tariff and Food Issues IssuesTariff IsanesTariff
Tariff and the high cost of living Uytn are arethe arethe arthe t
t the he big national questions qUe UODS stirring up upthe upthe u
t the he voters but the State issues are of ofthe orthe o r
f the t he utmost concern to the people A Athe Alarge i L
it
large l arge element in New ew Jersey i Sn Ur tbret or orthe OI OIhe t
t the he machineridden State government governmentThey gonrnmentThty governmenthey
They T hey want a strong man in th the govern governors governors ¬
governt
ors o rs chair Hence the question of 0 the thepersonality thepersonality the theersonality t
personality p force of character and sin sincerity sincerlt sinerity ¬
cerity cerlt c of the candidates is being much muchconsidered muthconsidered
considered c On this score eore Wilson has hasthe basthe haihe i
the t he advantage with the handicap how however ho hoever ¬
ever e te ver of being surrounded by political politicalundesirables politicalundcslrables politicandesirables I
undesirables u Lewis undoubtedly is i bet better better beter ¬
J ter t er than most 10IJt of the machine politicians politiciansaround poUUCla1Ularound poilticiaturound
f around a round him He is handicapped bandic ped how however how6er howver ¬
e ever e ver by the fact that his nomination nominationwas 1 1as
was w as 8 made by Q the machine leaders In Inhis Inhis It Itis
his h is party and that he owes all his po political poIlUca1 potical ¬
litical li tical advancement to the machine This Thisheld Thl ThlIs C Cs
Is I s a burden to hIm 80 tar 4 gettln gettlnheld gettineld
held h eld at Old Germantown It wi vou wa
largely l attended ttanded and considerable en n nthuslasm ¬
thusiasm prevailed Ir vaned It is understood a
big b ig meeting will 111 be held at Rockville Rockviiluring
during d the closing days of the cam campaign campaign ¬
paign ii at which Brainard rainard H Warner Warnerr Tarner i iJr
jr Jr r the candidate for Congress Congre will wil ui I Ie
be b e the principal speaker speakerTho speakerThe
Tho Prince George apartment house I
Thirtieth T Tl hirtieth and nd Q streets stree s West Wash Wahngton 8h ¬
TP ington l TP ngton has been traded by b J Sprigjc Sprigi Sprigioole
j Poole P oole of Washington to James Jamesoole E
P Poole oole of Autrey Park ark this county
for f or two houses and three acres of ot o I Iand
land l at Autrey Autre Park ParkLicenses ParkLicenses ParkLicenses
Licenses to marry marf have beet Issued l Issu Issuere lled
here h ere to Miss M1s I1ss Jennie May y Disney Diane of o owining
Twining T City D I C and William W1IUam Williamrain J
TL Train T rain of Washington a8hlngton and Miss MIs8 Mis Misouise
Louise L Tb ouise Miller tlller and George A Winner Wlllneroth
both b oth of o Washington ashlnston
ExSenator Smith Feared as asFoe asFoe asFoe
Foe Rather Than Champion Championof
of Governor Candidate Candidatethe
the progressive vote is concerned just justas justs
as a s it Is troublesome trouble ome to Wilson to have haveto haeto
at
to t o combat the assertion that there is isanything 15anything
anything a about his nomination that thatmakes thatmake
makes him owe any an political debts to toSmith toSmith
Smith Nugent and Davis The shadow shadowoC
of the th influence of the John Kean e4n ma m mchine
chine c hine stands behind Lewis just as the theshadow theshadow
shadow s of smith and his confreres confr r S looms loomsup
up behr1 beh Wilson WtJsonT WilsonThe
The T Independent vote in Now Jersey JerseyIs
Is I s confronted with this situation He can c canvote n nvoto
vote for Wilson and a Democratic Leg
Mature and 00 get et Janis Jam Smith jr elect electd e1eotd
041 d to the Senate or he can vote for forL
Lewis L w1s and a Republican Legielature and andprobably andvrobably
probably return Kuan Kt > an to the Senate SenateTh SenatoThc
The Th question he h has to solve Is whether whetherVllson
Wilson or lewls is the bettor Independ Independent independeat
eat entUndlUbtedly Undoubtedly the prominence of Smith Smithen Smithon
en the Democratic side sld will deter many manyvoters manyToteIM manyvoters
voters who ho would otherwise otherwI vote for forWlteon forYU forVtkton
Wlteon YU on to rebuke the Republicans on ontb6 onth
tb6 th tariff an and < cost of living This Th is isbecause isbecause
because IeeaWlC Smiths tariff record te t so w well wellknown wellknown U Ukiuiwn I
known Everybody Evo > body knows that th t If he hewant hewent hewent
went to the Senate he could c u1d not be re reMed retied reied
Med l on for or downward revision any mere merethan merethan morethan
than Kean could couKLTrapping couldI
I Trapping the Votes VotesDemocrats VotesDemocrats
Democrats say tb t tho Republican cam camthe eamJHLI
JHLI i ieign Ie beln being cleverly worked rked W catc catcthe catct
the voters coming Cftmln and going Jeln They Theysay Tbety
say y that while h1le LewIs Is taking takin a a stand standwhich standwhich > > landideh
which is pleasimr to many DI ny of the pro progressives proi ¬
i gressives re tltve Kean K n and the old guard lead leaders leadI ¬
ers t > ra are coin going nin about out quietly and telling tellingthe teUlngtl tellingtht
I the tl regulars reula to keep ceep in line that every everything everythbur ¬
thing will turn out all right in other otherwords otberords otherwords i
words ords thH lb Democrats say K the Republi UepuUeaM Republicans ¬ i
cans are working work both sides sid of o the thestreet tbeat thestreet
street streetJust at streetJust reet reetJ
Just J u t how much dane has ben dOM doaeWilson dOMWUsnn doseViiOn
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Wilson by iy hi 1111I utterances on the labor laborquestion JaborqueKton
question in the past is t a matter of dis dispute dispute ¬
pute Republicans think he will lose losemany 10Mmany losemany
many votes tea by y his assertion in an 51 old oldsp oldh oldThe
sp speech speechThe ech echThe h
The labor unions nlom reward the shift shiftless shiftless ¬
less 1 and net incompetent at the jcpense of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the able and industrious industriousWiltKMt Induatrioue11ion industriousWilson
Wilson 11ion has explained that this tbl was wasintended wqIntenodet wasintende4
intended as a criticism of a Vew ew of 0 the theunions tMunto theunions i
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unions unto for fo doing doln some ome things tbln 8 in re regard reKarel regaM ¬
gard to It labor that he thought laimtcai laimtcaito
to the interests of the country but that thathe thathe thathe
he took t ok pains to point out ut he was v not notcharacterizing notcharatellzlng notcharacterizing
characterizing the mass of worktagmen worktagmenas worktDgmefteither
as either shiftless > > or incompetent incompetentClub IncompetentClub incompetentClub
Club For Republicans RepublicansThe RepublicansThe RepublicansThe
The Republicans are trying their ut utmost utmoet utmost ¬
most to inflame the union men menVlltion against againstWilson againstWilson
Wilson for this The official organ of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Typographical Union in a recent recentnumber receRtnumbe recentnumber
number commented on it adversely It Itwill Itwill Itwill
will cost Wilson some votes vole thowgh thowghthere t tthere thohthere
there is I lack of evidence that it Itterned ha haturned has hasturned
turned all the th union men against Mm Mmas hi hiAll
as 5 the Republicans are Insisting it has hasIn ba baIn hasIn
In fact act there is 1 evidence that many eC eCthfift ofthem f fthem
them have not been influenced by it itNo itNo itNo
No long ago o Mr Lewis conceived the theidea UI8Idea theidea
idea that It would ould be a fine thing if ifColonel ItCrlonel ifCrloel
Colonel Roosevelt were to come into the thetlitift tbeS theState
S State ate and mIIe some fIIpeeebes for allR allRaWt hmthus
thus aWt stirring up the voters votersThe votersThe votersrho
The old wheelhorse of the Republi Republican RepuWlan Reptibitcan ¬
can an management manqe nt sat t solemnly Jemnly on this thisproposition thisproposition hiepropoatUon
proposition and turned it down They Theyconcluded TMycOltCluded TheYconcluded
concluded there was no telling telJt what whatRoosevelt wbatRO whatRoosevelt
Roosevelt RO < evelt would say and he might do domore 410more o omore
more harm than good goode goodto
e to the Congressional Concre6 lona1 situation in inXw mJer5eY hiNw
Xw Jersey to date it is generally generallyagreed generallYa
agreed sr a reed that Representative Richard RichardWayne Rlcba RlcbaVaJIe
Wayne 1 VaJIe nyse Parker Republican wtll 1U W not notbe DOtbe antbe
be returned to the House Even Wen en the theRepublicans taeRepublicans theRepublicans
Republicans admit they have lost IeIItot bpaof hspa hspaof
of pulling Parker arker tk8l through The Re Republicans ReapubUCIUIt R Rpublicane ¬
publicans ttink U Ink they will be ab able e te teescape tiepe inescape
escape pe with no k Jo8 ioeeos e but that of the theParker theParker theParker
Parker district dtrl t A sweeping Wilson 1IMft vie vtotory vietory vietory
tory of course would upset their calcu calculations caJcuIatlon8 caicylatlons ¬
lations lationsSMUGGLED Iatlon8I latlonsSMUGOLED
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I SAN SA FRANCISCO FRA > CISCO CaL Oct 22 2Alarge 2A flAlarge A Alarge
large quantity of smuggled goods w wI was wacrevea1ed wasrevealed
I revealed by b a search of the Pacific MaX MaMliner MaXliner fa fanner
liner Mongolia which hlcb arrived rriYoo here from fromthe fr8tRthe fromthe
the Orient last Saturday SaturdayNine SaturdayNine SaturdayNine
Nine tins of 0 opium were found on the thesteamer tbesteamer thesteamer
steamer at a first search and later a aChinaman aChlllman aChinaman
Chinaman attempted to land with eight eighteen elglltcen eighteon ¬
eon bolts of silk under his Mouse MouseRECEIVES bIouHRECEIVES biouseRECEIVES
RECEIVES NOBEL PRIZE PRIZESTOCKHOLM PRIZESTOCKHOLX PRIZESTOCKHOLM
STOCKHOLM Oct 22 2Prof Prof Kea Keasel K9Zsel KessrI
sel of Heidelberg has been awarded awardedthe awardedI awardedthe
I the Nobel medical prize
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Have those decayed teeth fix accommodation come during the of day those Sunday who hours can not 10 10ed
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corner Eighth and Market IItreeti IItreetiGold streets streetsGold
Gold an and Crowns d owns My Patent S Suction Teeth TeethBridgework fill I9IIirws I ngs in I n G Gold 0 Id
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INDORSEMENT OF LODGE LODGEWILL LODGEWILL I
WILL HURT ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTProgressives ROOSEVELTProgressives ROOSEVELTProgressives
Progressives of Middle and Far West Expected to Be Very VeryResentful VeryResentful VeryResentful
Resentful of Colonels Labeling of Massachusetts MassachusettsSenator MassachusettsSenator MassachusettsSenator
Senator as Progressive
NBW YORK Oct 22 2Cobonel Colonel Reese Roosevolts Reeseolts
volts v olts strong endorsement of Senator SenatorLodge SenatorLodJe Senatorodge
Lodge L odge in Boston ibsetn t4HI last J8 est t night gIIt his labeling labelingof JabeUnJot
c of o f Lodge ad a Progressive and ad his hisdeclaration hisIeclaratlon hiseclaration
declaration d < < < j that it would be a a calamity calamityo
t to t o have Lodge defeated are not going g goingo lng
l to o make things aay easier for the col colonel colonel eelne ¬
c o onel ne in the West WestThat We t
That tho pogreosives pogM lves of the middle middleWest
i West and the far West Vest est will be little littleless littleJess littleess
j less ess resentful oC the Indorsement ot otLod ofodge
1 Lodge Lod L odge o as a a progressive progre elve than they were wereof wereor weref
of o < f the tariff and Administration Admln1 tratlon planks planksin plankIn planksn
i in n the New York Republican platform platformJs platformsthe
Js i i sthe the belief of politician here hereIt aereIt hereIt
It te well known that the progressive progressiveSenators progres progreeetveenators le
Senators S enators like Cummins Clapp Brtetow Brtetowand Bl18towan4 Brietownd
and a nd Beveridge not only do not consider considerLodge COl18lderLodge considerLedge
Lodge a progressive progre lve but look on him himas himas hims
as a s one of the chief reactionaries of the theSenate thetite theThey
Senate SenateThey titeThoy
They ascribe many J1t y of the t e things to towhich towhich towhich
which they the object in the tariff bill to toLodges toLodges toLodges
Lodges efforts and they do not forget forgetthat forgetthat forgetthat
that Lodge is on the Finance Committee Committeeand GOI Committeend UIIJttee UIIJtteeand
and a nd OB qa that committee It he did net notactually netactually netctually
actually a work hand in glove with Aid Aidrich Aldrich
rich r rS ich at let consistently stood on tho theenate
Senate S enate floor for or the t thins things Aldrich as aschairman aachalnnaA
chairman c of the Finance Committee ad advocated adyocateL adocated ¬
vocated vocatedSenator yocateLStor v ocatedSenator
Senator Lodge has been one of the thechief theehlet
chief c cc hief exponents of the notion that the thecost theC theent
cost C ent 8t of living has no relation to the theariff
tariff t law lawNo 1awNo lawNo
No surprise aurpn will be caused cau ed here if the thendoriement
indorsement I of Lodge following that of
Beveridge Bever1d causes cauw as bir an uproar uprOlamool uproarmong
among a progressives over the alleged i iconefstency IR inconsistency
consistency const t ey of Roosevelt aJl a did the New
York platform platfocJDOn platformOn
On the other ther hand it appears the Mas Massachusetts JoInehntta Masachusetta ¬
sachusetts s ehntta Republican leaders are great greatly Jt6tI ¬
ly I v relieved at getting ttlft the colonel off offtheir of oftheir ofttheir
their hands without his making any anywttbunt anyz anyutburst
wttbunt c z that would embarrass e them
Colonel Roosevelts visit to Massachu Massachusetts Maseachitsette i lI lIetttr ¬
setts > > etttr has brought brou ht out the fact that the theRepubl theRepublitns
Republicans Republ I there have been in i a state stateof Mateor stateof
of anxiety UtX Y since inc 1I < e hIM Owatt oatum Owatomo > m speech speechThey b
They would gladly have k kept pt hint a a otit of 1 1the
te S State Stat t if th they r could Id They have be been bed1MrVOQIJ n nnervoos
nervoos a as to what lie might say y IK
connection with his a sen pj ert rt of 1 Seater I I
LodgeSenator Lodge i
Senator Murray Crane is eRe of these thesewho thc hcse hcsewho e ewho
who have YO felt this anxiety Senator SenatorCrane SenatorCrane SenatorCrane
Crane let some Otee of r his friend know that
1C Roosevelt Roo evelt should make while m Xuchl Mae Masrchuett Maeachusetts
rchuett chl ttt a ypeech along Alon the lines 11 of
the one at Osawttomie O awatom1e the Deocrat Deocratwould DeocratJWol11d Deocratswould >
would carry the State Senator Crane Cranaad CraneaJtd Craneanti
anti other leaders of o the conservative
tyce were also al fearful least koa t Roosevelt Rooseveltralsrht Rooeeveltm1ht Rooseveltrniztht
ralsrht advocate ad te th Ute new naUooaltem Da iaUoaaiIsmwhile ODIIIAn ODIIIAnwhile
I while in the Bay State StateThe StateTh
i The Th matter it is J Is learned here has
been widely discussed dl8cu eed among leading
1
Republican politicians in Massachusetts Xassacaueettx1u Jia aebuet4c aebuet4cnllt
nllt B 1u inert tnf > r was no way to prevent the thecolonels Ulecolonels thecolonels
colonels visit visitjus visitJust Isft
Just JU i how Senator nator Lodge Lode felt about It I
If I not positively stated here oat b it Is Isreported inreported isreported
reported that even Senator Lodge felt feltrather reltrather feltrather
rather shaky about bout having baY the colonel colonelgo opioiselgo
go to ate aid since Osawaiom4e O awatonlte I ICARLETON
t tCARLETON
ICARLETON CARLETON FAMILY FAMILYFIGHT i iII j
FIGHT CONVICTION j jBRISTOL
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II BRISTOL BRI Terse Oct 22 t2Attorneys t2Attorneysfor Attorneys Attorneysfor
I for John Carleton hi his wife and SOB SOBRupert 110III omRupert
I Rupert are today arguing r IAg to have set setaside setaside
I
aside a 8 verdict holding then tbe guilty pUtymurder of ofmurder ofmurder
murder and imposing Impo lAg a a sentence of lit fifteen litteen ¬
I teen t n years ears in the penitentiary They Tajrwere T Twere Theywere
were Indicted for fo killing Arthur How Howard HowI Boward ¬
I ard rd a a soninlaw of Carleton A nine nineyearold Di DiYMrol nineyeareld
yearold girl will be left an object of ofcharity ofI ofcbr1ty ofcharity
charity if the verdict ecdJet holds holdsSON
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I SON OF BREWER I
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SAN SA FRANCISCO Oct 2 22Harry Harry 1
Kheinstorm son of a a wealthy brewer brewerof brewerof
I of Cincinnati and husband of Edna EdnaLot EdnaI EdnaLoftus I
I Lot LoCtw tus an actress a tr is being beia held here heretoday J I
today on a 8 charge e arge of being a vaga vagaboito aga agabona i <
bona bo11 < l He Heuuf had recently r tll been confined
In a sanitarium attarb Mrs Ira Rheinstorm was wasalso waa1M
also 1M placed under arrest and acI will wasI be I Ieard
heard eard late today on a charge ebar e of hay ha haytog
ins 18 tog < < d defrauded f raudod a a efcff cheftoar ow
NOT A PARTICLE PARTICLEOF PARTICLEOFCLEAR
OF OFCLEAR CLEAR SKIN SKINOn
On Babys Face Head and Shoulders ShouldersParents ShouldersParents ShouldersParentsDecided
Parents ParentsDecided Decided He Could Not be beCured beCured beCured
Cured Cuticura Remedies Made MadeHis MadeHis MadeHis
His Skin Perfectly Clear ClearOur ClearOur
Our boy bov was wac born in Toronto on Oct 13 1908 and when whenthree whenthree whenthree
three months mo ths old a slight rash appeared on his cheek Whet Whtappeared Vhat Vhatappeared
appeared to be a water blister would ould form When Vhen hen it broke brokematter brokematt
matter matt r would ould run out starting new blisters until his entire
face head and shoulders were a mass of scabs and you OU could couldnot couldnot uld uldnot
not see a particle of clear clearskin skin Other parts of hie h body were wereaffected wereaffected wereaffected
affected but not to such an extent l e did not know what whatto whatto whatto
to do for him and tried about every every advertised remedy remedy without withoutavail withoutavail withoutavail
avail indeed some of them only added to his suffering sufi ng and andone andone andone
one in particular the Remedy almost put the infant
into convulsions co ulsions The family family doctor prescribed for him and andtold andtokl andtold
told us to bathe the baby in buttermilk This did not do any
good ood so we took him to He
a 3 hospital was as treated as an anoutpatient anoutpatient anoutpatient
outpatient twice a week and he got worse if anything We Wethen Wethen Ye Yethen
then called in another doctor and inside of a week the boy was wasto W2Sto wasto
to all appearances cured and the doctor said his work was as
done But the very next day it broke out as bad as ever
We Ve decided that it could not be cured and must run its itscourse itscourse itscourse
course and so we just kept his arms bandaged to his side to toprevent toprevent
prevent his tearing tea his flesh We Yc left Toronto and shortly
after our arrival in Duluth the Cuticura Remedies were wererecommended wererecommended
S recommended We Ve started using them in May Iay 1909 and andsoon andsoon
soon the cure was At the
complete time of writing you youwould youW9uld youw9uld
would W9uld not think he was the same child for Cuticura made
his skin perfectly clear and he is entirely free from the skin
disease There has been no return this time We Ve ftill till use useonly useonly useonly
only Cuticura Soap for babys bath bathMay bathMay bathMay
May 3 1910 Signed ROBERT MANN L Proctor Minn MinnSend MinnSend I ISend
Send to Potter Drug DI11I d < fc Chem Corp C > rp 131 Columbus Ave ve Boston
for 32page Cuticura Book on Skin Affections AffectionsAbsolute AffectionsII I
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